Hi,

In message "Re: About 1.9 #__method__ feature."
    on Mon, 3 Jul 2006 23:33:54 +0900, transfire / gmail.com writes:

|I think the name  __method__ is probably a poor choice b/c "shadow
|methods" (as I call them) do the same thing as their non-shadow forms.
|Eg. #__send__ and #send, #__id__ and #id, etc. But #__method__ is an
|exception since #method currently returns a Method object given the
|name, not the name of the current context.

It's not conjunction with __send__ etc. but with __FILE__ and
__LINE__.  Besides that, I am no longer fond of __send__ and __id__,
I'd rather like to remove them if it's possible.  Use invoke_method
and object_id respectively instead.

							matz.